Anthony Jones was born in London in 1962.

Since the late 1980’s he has developed his fine art photography practise working with a Hasselblad camera and black and white silver gelatin prints.

Though many of his black and white photographs were taken in the city of London, they are about the spirit of a place, not the geographical location itself. The aim being to convey a sense of mystery about the figures and to question their purpose.

His work follows a modernist tradition, creating the city in dark shades, a haunting place. Roger Watson, curator at the Fox Talbot Museum has compared his work to that of Bill Brandt and Paul Strand. His work has been published in the British Journal of Photography, Victoria and Albert Museum Magazine and features in many corporate and private collections.

In 2011 his work was exhibited in the George Eastman Museum and featured on the blog of award winning book and exhibiton designer Elizabeth Avedon.
More recently his work has been exhibited at the Fox Talbot Museum who also include his prints in their collection.


2015 – Shade, Sir Peter Blake Gallery, Dartford, Kent

2013 – Arrangements in black and grey, Fox Talbot Museum, Lacock, Wiltshire, UK
Sydenham Artists Trail, London

2012 – Square, Pinsent Masons LLP, London
Square E1, Town House, London

PhotoVoice : London Art Fair, Islington Design Centre, London

2011 – London Photograph Fair, Bloomsbury, London
The Photograph : An Appreciation, Margate, Kent
PhotoMonth, London
George Eastman Museum, Rochester, New York

Overview : The Photographs Of Anthony Jones, Kent
Old New Borrowed Blue, The Photographers Gallery, London

2009 – Islington Contemporary Art and Design Fair, London, UK
Untitled Artists Fair, London

2008 – Pinsent Masons, London
Untitled Artists Fair, Battersea, London

2007 – Blythe Hill Fun Day, Catford, London
London Photograph Fairs, Bloomsbury, London

2006 – Viewfinder Photography Gallery, Greenwich, London
TWILIGHT Photography Competition, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
London Photograph Fairs, Bloomsbury, London
Yellow Bowl, Streatham, London
A Tale Of The Cities, Barbican Library, London

2005 – Inspired Art Fair, London Bridge, London
Once We Were Africans, Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester

2004 – 200 at 200, Collyer-Bristow Gallery, London, UK

2003 – Views Of The City, Burnett Gallery, Richmond Upon Thames, Surrey, UK
AIPAD (Assocation of International Photography Art Dealers Fair) with John Stevenson Gallery, New York
Look Here Too, Gallery 1885, London ZoneZero Festival, Mexico City

Self-Portrait UK, National Portrait Gallery, London
Views of the City, bcontemporary, London

2002 – Richmond Portraits, Burnett Gallery, Richmond Upon Thames, Surrey, UK

There Are More Of Us, Urbis/Zion/Circle Club/Contact Centre, Manchester, UK

2001 – Fore Photographers, Shepherd Market Gallery, Mayfair, London, UK
Hereford Photography Festival, Tidal Wave Gallery, UK
Animal, The Pelican Gallery & St. Johns Gallery, Scotland
Look Here! Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK

2000 – A Different View, Shepherd Market Gallery, Mayfair, London, UK
Urban Animal, Association of Photographers Gallery, London, UK
Paperleaf Art Fair, London, UK
Battersea Contemporary Art Fair, Battersea Art Centre, London, UK

1999 – Into the light, SE1 Gallery, London, UK
London Calling, In Sync Gallery, Clapham Common, London, UK
London Contemporary Photography Fair, London, UK
Organics, Hofer Gallery, Islington, London
Image 99, London
Abbeville Summer Festival, Clapham Common, London, UK

1998 – London Calling, Novotel, London
The Kensington Art and Design Fair, London, UK

1997 – Brixton Art Gallery, London

1996 – Greenwich Art and Craft Market, London, UK


Landmark plc
Fox Talbot Museum, Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire
George Eastman House Museum
Newland Stockbrokers Ltd
Alliance Bernstein
Prentis, Donegan and Partners
Jonathan Alexander Ltd, London
Pinsent Masons LLP
AXA (Sun Life & Provisional Holdings Plc)
Alliance Capital
The London Furnishing Company
Aon Insurance
Oliver Jordan
Price Forbes